Systema Software has announced that the State of California, Department of General Services, Office of Risk and Insurance Management (ORIM), has selected SIMS Claims to support its claims and risk management operations for multiple lines of insurance.
The technology will suppot multiple lines of insurance including general liability, auto liability, workers’ compensation, and property.
Systema Software will host the claims solution via its reliable, secure, and high-performing SIMS Cloud environment.
The State’s request for proposal included specific criteria for a solution that would enable:
- Efficiency and effectiveness of claims and insurance policy management processes
- Access and tracking of claims and insurance policy information
- Data integration and exchange with other State agencies and entities
- Maintenance of data confidentiality
Jose Tribuzio, CEO of Systema Software, commented: "We’re thrilled that the State’s ORIM has selected SIMS Claims to replace its existing claims system. SIMS offers a modern platform that enables superior performance, an elegant user experience, and the flexibility to meet the State’s complex technical requirements. With our system’s robust functionality, seamless integration, and business intelligence tools, we feel confident the ORIM will be able to improve operational efficiency and achieve program savings through targeted risk management initiatives."
Brian Mack, vice president of sales and marketing, added, "Today, many organizations are struggling with legacy systems that exhibit sluggish performance and an inability to adapt to changing requirements. SIMS with its innovative software design coupled with our company’s in-depth industry expertise will deliver significant value and benefits to the State. Many organizations also face constrained IT budgets and resources; SIMS Cloud provides relief in the form of reduced IT costs, outsourced IT services, and solid cloud security. Our team is committed to providing the State with a positive implementation experience, personalized service, and the ongoing support it needs to succeed."